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A Pikeville teen was arrested Sunday for sexual battery and public intoxication after assaulting a woman working at a haunted house attraction.
Members of Boy Scouts Troop 354 and 355 and their families gathered Oct. 20 for a Court of Honor ceremony for the first time in months to reco…
Loudon Utilities Board approved Monday replacement of water lines at Grove Place Condominiums.
Loudon County participated Saturday for the second year in the Drug Enforcement Agency National Drug Take Back Day.
With flu season near and the coronavirus prevalent, area health care experts are urging residents to take preventative measures to stay health…
The Knights of Columbus from St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church again delivered coats to Lenoir City Schools just in time for winter.
Members of Loudon Cumberland Presbyterian Church offered a much smaller community day Sunday.
Local residents have come out in droves during the early voting period that ends Thursday.
Christians of all denominations gathered Sunday on Broadway Street in an effort to amplify prayers for the community, state and nation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced schools to get creative this year for fundraisers that in years past were for the whole family.
Philadelphia Elementary School Principal Marvin Feezell was up for a big award Oct. 20 but came up just short.
Lenoir City Council will wait for Loudon County Commission to act before voting on a contract extension for county landfill operator Santek Wa…
A Loudon man was arrested Oct. 12 after interfering with a 911 call and preventing a woman from leaving.
After multiple discussions during a workshop and meeting, Loudon City Council may not be getting an additional parking lot downtown despite co…
Loudon County Solid Waste Disposal Commission during a Oct. 13 meeting discussed feedback from the special called Sept. 29 workshop and option…
The race for three seats on Lenoir City Board of Education features some familiar faces.
Voters in Greenback and Philadelphia will see unique options on the 2020 ballot.
Loudon County Commission was given the chance Monday to share concerns and ask questions regarding a potential contract amendment between Loud…
Finding bus drivers and substitute teachers remains difficult as local school districts navigate operational challenges during a pandemic.
The former Lenoir City Utilities Board building downtown remains vacant two years after the announcement of a planned brewery, distillery and …
With no definitive end to the COVID-19 pandemic on the horizon, local officials urge continued caution.
Loudon County Baptist Association’s Immanuel House had a successful start helping area children from broken families.
Despite COVID-19 concerns, local churches have found ways to honor their pastors during Pastor Appreciation Month.